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clinton and kaine campaign to a large crowd late night in philadelphia while trump tours historic gettysburg as both candidates continue the push for battle ground pennsylvania. celebrating in the streets of chicago after the cubs beat the dodgers, sending the team to the world series for the first time since 1945. and pandemonium at penn state after a major upset for the nittany lions last night. nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, everyone. welcome to "nbc 10 news today" i'm ted greenberg. thank you so much for being with us. it is now 7:00 on this sunday morning and it is a chilly morning across the region. first alert meteorologist krystal klei is here with the sunday forecast. >> yeah, well we knew when we
had 80s this past week it couldn't last forever. and we saw the big cooldown yesterday. this morning, very chelsilly because we've got clouds that have moved way offshore here. but otherwise, no longer tracking rain. no longer tracking clouds in our area. the result is, when you've got those clear conditions temperatures just drop, and drop all morning. so we've been looking at are the 40s outside. we're at 47 degrees in philadelphia. the suburbs, as well. and the lehigh valley. with the mid 40s for new jersey. winds are also up about 10 to 20 miles per hour. the result, it feels cooler than it actually is. that's your windchill, or feels-like temperature. as we move into this afternoon, though, because of the sunshine we'll see temperatures bump up a little more than yesterday. so there's the good news. 63 degrees in philadelphia. still going to be sunny and windy throughout today, though. with those low 60s pretty much just across the board. 61 in lehigh valley. 64 delaware. the shore, also looking at temperatures moving to about the low to mid 60s possible in a few
spot areas. as temperatures are starting in some of those areas a little higher, as well. so, sunny and windy, with those clear conditions starting your day. but as we move along through the next couple of days, we do see that temperatures are going to fall again. so we'll track how low they go into your work week. that's coming up in just a few minutes. >> all right krystal. decision 2016. 16 days to go to the election. both major presidential nominees are campaigning today, republican donald trump will be in florida, democrat hillary clinton travels to north carolina. dr. jill biden will stump for clinton in our area today. the wife of president joe biden will join the wife of tim kaine. one stop will be at the community college of philadelphia in spring garden later this morning. hillary clinton and tim kaine were in university city for a rally late last night. nbc 10 was on the penn campus where supporters waited hours in the autumn chill to see them. the democratic ticket hit their
platform points about job creation, women getting equal pay, college affordability, and defeating isis. clinton said those items are more important to voters than any distractions coming from her opponent donald trump. i think i have a pretty good idea about how important it is to keep talking about the positive things we're going to do together. it's important to give you something to vote for, not just against. >> afterward we spoke with voters to get reaction from what they heard from clinton and kaine. >> well, this election is just too important. hillary needs the support, visibly to show it, and i just can't imagine anybody in this country voting for donald trump. >> kind of had a career in politics. trying to help people. so i'm rooting for her. >> pennsylvania, u.s. senate
candidate katie mcginty also spoke at the rally. she is in a tight race with republican incumbent pat toomey. donald trump made his latest push for pennsylvania in gettysburg yesterday. he laid out his agenda for what could be his first 100 days as president. trump's plans included canceling all of president obama's executive orders, and deporting imdwrants jailed for violent crimes. but before he addressed policy, he took on the women who have come forward to accuse him of groping or kissing them against their will. >> the events never happened. never. all of these liars will be sued after the election. >> trump's threat came just before a new accuser came forward. adult film star jessica drake is the 11th woman who says trump hugged and kissed her without permission. pennsylvania republicans filed a federal lawsuit over poll watching as donald trump repeatedly calls the election rigged in philadelphia. right now to be a poll watcher
you have to volunteer in the county where you live. but the pennsylvania gop wants the court to change that. for example, they want someone from a rural area to be able to oversee elections in urban centers like north philadelphia. critics say that could lead to voter intimidation. we talked with african-american voters at a women's leadership conference who warned people to look out for any intimidation. >> people think that they can come and intimidate american voters, and prevent us from voting. >> both democrats and republicans plus elections officials across the board say there's no evidence of systemic fraud in philadelphia. you can read more on why officials say pennsylvania's voting machines can't be hacked. right now on the nbc 10 app. it's also your home for up-to-the minute headlines from the campaign trail. >> police are investigating a deadly shooting inside a north philadelphia restaurant and they say it might be retaliation for a murder in west philadelphia that we first told you about yesterday morning.
someone shot and killed a 23-year-old man yesterday afternoon inside burger lane on north 22nd street. a 16-year-old boy was also shot in the leg. so far, there are no arrests. take a look now at video from the deadly shooting in west philadelphia early saturday morning. police say a 19-year-old man was shot and killed outside a bar near 38th and lancaster. officers told us the victim had gotten into a fight with a rapper and his entourage. police cannot confirm if someone in that entourage was the shooter. cubs fans. the world over, can finally relish a pennant. chicago and cubs nation are going wild this morning after the team's first trip to the world series since 1945. fans poured out of bars and jammed the streets of chicago's northside to celebrate something that has not happened for 71 years.
this double play at wrigley field ended seasons of misery for cubs fans. chicago beat the dodgers in six games for the national league pennant. the cubbies will now take on the indians in the world series. which begins in cleveland tuesday night. and get this the cheapest seats for game one are selling online for more than $1,000 apiece. the joy of a big win for penn state football got out of hand around midnight. students climbed on trees, and took down light poles along college avenue. a reporter from our nbc affiliate there saw police using pepper spray to disperse the crowd. police in state college plan to release information on any arrests later this morning. at beaver stadium the nittany lions blocked a field goal and returned it for a touchdown late in the game to beat second ranked ohio state 24-21. it is the biggest win for penn state in the post-paterno era.
it's game day for the eagles. and this afternoon sam bradford will walk into the linc undefeated with his new team as he takes on his old team and carson wentz. nbc 10's monique braxton is live outside the linc in south philadelphia with a preview. hi, monique. >> hey, ted. it makes you want to say, he's back. but with an undefeated team. now in the last couple of minutes we have been watching employees arrive here at the linc. the giant plasmas are on, game-day preparations all under way. our camera was rolling when vikings qb sam bradford arrived with his new team from minnesota. it's been a few weeks now since he was traded. trading in the eagles green for another jersey. in just a few hours, our unpredictable and passionate fans will welcome him at the linc. >> just, you know, try to keep it as normal as possible this
week i think i owe it to all the guys in our locker room, you know, to not try to do anything special, not try to do anything extra. you know i think when you get caught up in everything that's going on outside the building, you know when you get caught up when you know things outside of football i think that's when things can go wrong. so, you know, my approach is just to treat it as i would any other game. >> we've been watching coaches, and qb carson wentz prepare the eagles for what the birds hope will be a winning game. they're 3-2 now. some players have been sidelined by injuries. but fans who bleed eagles green will be wrapped in stadium blankets on this blustery fall day and cheering them on. kickoff time is at 1:00. if lure look you're looking here live at the linc you can see more lights are coming on. so everybody's counting down the next few hours ahead. live for now outside the linc, monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> monique, thank you. nbc 10 is your official eagles
station. our coverage begins at 9:30 this morning we'll have more on the return of sam bradford. plus our exclusive conversation with malcolm jenkins. that's on eagles game day kickoff right after nbc 10 news today at 9:00. coming up royalty returns to philadelphia. we'll tell you who just bought grace kelly's childhood home. plus college students get a surprise when they find miley cyrus at their dorm door. tell you where she was campaigning for hillary clinton. pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the
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now your nbc 10 first alert weather. and we're starting off with that live look outside in philadelphia. the sun now up. beautiful shot here and notice the sky, not a cloud in sight. at least not yet. overall today should be a clear day which means as we move through the afternoon, the sunshine's really going to be able to warm us up a little more than what we saw yesterday. yesterday we hit a high of only 56 degrees in philadelphia. today we should pass that as we move through your morning into your early afternoon. about 61 degrees by 2:00 p.m. and 62 by 6:00. so if you have plans to head to the eagles game, things should be really nice as we move into the afternoon. 60s mean it will still be chilly but it's not going to be those 50s that we saw yesterday. also going to still be windy out there. 51 degrees 10:00 a.m. in the suburbs. up to 59 by 2:00 p.m. upper 50s by 2:00 in the lehigh valley will temperatures will struggle to around the low 60s.
delaware, 62dy 2:00 in the afternoon. should see the low mid 60s for highs. new jersey the low 60s for high temperatures, and along the shore also low to mid 60s. so pretty consistent with our temperatures in the afternoon. but we are tracking a cold front. and that's going to bring us some cooler air. as well as some moisture to spot areas. coming up in a few minutes we'll track where we're looking at those changes hitting on your ten-day forecast. a south jersey halloween tradition in jeopardy. i'm matt delucia. coming up i'll show you how the community is coming together to save it. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma and jasmine need on their birthday. thank you. for all their new devices. you can't break me. you want a piece of cake? switching to fios is easier than ever. this is your last chance to get 100meg internet, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online.
for hillary clinton yesterday. cyrus canvassed dorm rooms at george mason university urging students to vote. superstar katie perry was also rustling up votes for clinton yesterday. she canvassed rooms in las vegas. she urged millennials and first time voters to go to the polls. now to a follow-up on an unknown substance found in a letter sent to hillary clinton's campaign headquarters in new york. federal and local officials say preliminary testing found the white powdered substance to be nonhazardous. the letter arrived friday evening. workers evacuated one floor of the building in brooklyn. the clinton offices remained up and running. donald trump can add the civil war battlefield at gettysburg to his list of campaign stops. the gop white house nominee took a quick tour of the national military park after delivering a speech yesterday. trump spoke of president abraham lincoln and the need to heal our country's divisions today. just 16 days away from election day now and we are counting down.
let nbc 10 be your election source. download the nbc 10 app to watch our one-on-one exclusive interviews with the candidates, and use our fact checker. it's all on the nbc 10 app. prince albert of monaco confirms he has purchased the birth it place of his mother, grace kelly. the prince tells "people" magazine he will visit philadelphia on tuesday to discuss plans for the east falls home. grace kelly lived in the home before becoming an academy award winning movie star. it's also where she accepted the marriage proposal from prince rainier iii which made her a princess. a rare one of a kind surf tag brought in some big bucks in delaware this week. delaware surf fishing tag number 1 sold at auction for $26,000. the state department of motor vehicles auctioned off several low number tags to raise money for state parks. with the tags people can surf fish on beaches at designated delaware state parks at no additional charge.
now your nbc 10 first alert foreweather. beginning with a look in wilmington, delaware, gorgeous shot outside. we just don't have a cloud in sight. the sun now up. this is a very pretty start to your sunday. not necessarily pretty if you step out the door without a jacket though. so suggest you grab one of those as you head out because it is a chilly start no matter where you are. here's a live look from cape may. now notice, off in the distance, well offshore we do see some clouds in this camera. that's because those clouds and the rain that we've seen since yesterday have since moved off to the east of us. still trailing, though, well to the east of us. there's the clouds you just saw on the camera. pretty cool, right? what we're looking at. clear conditions out there. that's going to continue through much of today. some of those scattered clouds to our west, they'll roll on in here later on in the early afternoon, giving us mostly sunny conditions. but, plenty of sun to go around for the afternoon forecast. the showers that we saw, there they are off to the east now and
check that out. still snow moving through parts of maine this morning. we also saw it slipping through parts of vermont earlier on. so this is a really cold air mass which we expected. we knew it was going to happen. also why we only saw a high yesterday in philadelphia of just 56 degrees. here is a look at the forecast for us as we move along here. temperatures as we move through about your lunch time are going to be right around those 50s, but as we get into the afternoon, that's going to be moving into the low 60s, looks like the system is having a bit of an issue. no showers expected for today. those were yesterday. as we move into tomorrow, then we'll see some moisture to the north parts of our zone. as for your winds, there we go, 1:00 in the afternoon for your sunday here. we're looking at wind gusts close to 30 miles per hour right around philadelphia, swedesboro as well as 29 mile per hour gusts wilmington, westchester and pottstown. the wind speeds are going to continue through early to mid afternoon in this category. 25 to 35-mile-per-hour. as we move into the later part of your day and overnight, but as we get into your monday
morning yet again right around 30-mile-per-hour gusts again. could see higher along the shore. 36 mile per hour forecast gusts around avalon. these peak gusts are going to be because a cold front with pass which means not necessarily monday but by tuesday we're going to feel the effects again of a cold front. so there's the forecast for ten day on ten. 25 at 63. monday at 62. but by your tuesday, into wednesday, right back down, the highs only in the mid 50s. notice overnight lows will be dropping even in philadelphia. to the 30s. and then as we move along it looks like thursday night into friday our next chance of rain in philadelphia. made me bust out in tears in the walmart parking lot. >> a community comes together to save a tradition. we'll tell you what they did that brought this south jersey man to tears.
and as nbc 10's matt delucia tells us, it's all because the community came to the rescue. >> reporter: the home at 230 clifton avenue is hard to miss. >> yeah, it goes all out. >> reporter: richard and deanna put out the pumpkins hoping to see plenty more. the bright orange gourds became an ice breaker of sorts 13 years ago. >> we just moved in to the neighborhood, and so i sat on the front wall and told them we were going to have a pumpkin carving contest. >> reporter: 25 kids came that year. then 75. then 125. last year -- >> we had 750 pumpkins. and i told everybody we'd have 1,000 this year. >> reporter: that was before richard had hip surgery and they ran into financial trouble. they've held their pumpkin festival every year on their own dime. never charged a fee. never took donations. what does this mean to you? >> at first it just meant being nice to people.
just talking to somebody. you know, letting neighbors know each other. >> reporter: but over the years, it became something more. >> all those people we've met over the years. the children's lives we've touched. it's just -- it just -- it's worth all the time and effort that we put into it. >> reporter: like creating a carving contraption. >> this is my magical pumpkin machine that i built. >> reporter: for the perfect pumpkin presentation. >> every place you see a light will be one of your pumpkins that you carve. >> reporter: each and every one a symbol of community. one that won't let the lights go out. >> when everybody found out that i wasn't going to have the festival they said no, no, no, you have to have it. >> reporter: donations poured in. from friends, and strangers. >> which about made me bust out in tears in the walmart parking lot. >> reporter: so that more pumpkins will become memories. >> somehow, maybe when they're older they can give back to
their community. may not be a pumpkin festival. but you know, it will make it a better world. >> reporter: matt delucia, nbc 10 news. 7:27 on your sunday morning. still ahead here on "nbc 10 news today" the eagles are back at home today after two losses on the road. here's a live look at the linc from our eagles nest cam. nbc 10's monique braxton is live outside the stadium to talk on ex-eagle making his return to philadelphia today. and if you're getting out there for the eagles games looking like a very nice sunday. we'll talk about temperatures a little warmer today, than yesterday. here's a live look outside cape may where the sun is shining bright.
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homes in west philadelphia. also new this morning a north philadelphia man in a wheelchair is attacked by robbers as he was trying to lock up for the night. nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, everyone. welcome to "nbc 10 news today" i'm ted greenberg. it is now 7:30 on this sunday morning. thank you so much for being with us. we have a beautiful sunrise right now. but, pretty chilly outside. first alert meteorologist krystal klei is here with the sunday forecast. >> it's a short walk from my car to inside the studio but it's chilly now. windy and chilly this morning. so on top of the fact that your temperatures are down, the winds are still up, which makes it feel even cooler than it actually is outside. now today, the good news is, a bit of a temperature boost compared to yesterday. yesterday just as expected our highs were only in the 50s. today, we should see many of us make it into the low 60s. as we move forward though we're tracking the next cooldown which hits us pretty soon with another cold front making its way
towards us. current winds here they are. right around 10 to 20 miles per hour. a lot of us, though, are much better than say yesterday afternoon. where those gusts were fairly strong. 14 miles per hour in wilmington, 13 right now in dover, and 14 in allentown. only 8 miles per hour in philadelphia. notice those winds mostly coming in from the west which is a dry push. not expecting rain today. it's all about the temperatures. here's what they feel like based off of the cool air and the wind. 40 degrees what it feels like in philadelphia. now feeling like the upper 30s for both wilmington and lancaster, as well as atlantic city. we'll talk about actually dropping temperatures into the 30s on that ten-day on tap. new this morning police are looking for two men who roughed up a disabled man during a home invasion robbery. nbc 10 was on the scene on warnock street in north philadelphia. the assault happened just before 2:00 this morning. police tell us the bandits knocked the victim out of his wheelchair, robbed him of his tv, cell phone wallet and keys, and then took off.
the victim was not seriously hurt. three people are in the hospital following a row home fire in the port richmond neighborhood. one person was seriously hurt. the fire started around 4:30 this morning on memphis street near allegheny avenue. there's no word yet on what started that fire. also new this morning a man is in the hospital after he was hurt in a row home fire on ray street in west philadelphia. firefighters tell us wind was a big issue for them as they tried to fight the flames. the wind helped spread the fire. five other people are also out of their homes right now no word yet on the cause of that blaze. remember, love trumps hate. thank you. >> that's how hillary clinton ended her campaign speech in philadelphia last night. as the push for pennsylvania intensifies. thousands of clinton supporters braved chilly temperatures at penn park last night. clinton and tim kaine warned
their backers not to rest on pole numbers showing them ahead in pennsylvania. the candidates for president now have just 16 days left to win over voters. today republican donald trump will be in florida, while hillary clinton campaigns in north carolina. donald trump made his latest push for pennsylvania in gettysburg yesterday. then he made a stop in ohio. he laid out his agenda for the first 100 days of his presidency. canceling all of president obama's executive orders, deporting immigrants convicted of violent crimes. also yesterday, trump said he would sue all of the women who are accusing him of unwanted sexual contact. just after he spoke, an 11th accuser came forward to claim trump hugged and kissed her in a hotel room in 2006. without her permission. >> asked me to return to his suite and have dinner with him. he also invited me to a party. i declined. some of them asked me, what do you want?
how much? >> jessica drake, an adult film star, is represented by lawyer gloria allred who is a longtime supporter of hillary clinton. from fact checking to one-on-one interviews with the candidates, use the nbc 10 app as your election source as we count down to election day. ten students and a chaperone are recovering from minor injuries after three school buses alcohol identified in montgomery county. the crash happened on the schuylkill expressway yesterday afternoon. police say the buses bumped into each other in a chain reaction crash. nbc 10 was there after one bus returned to e.t. richardson middle school in springfield. the other buses had to be towed. a big cleanup lies ahead today for a delaware county shoe store after cars crashed through its front window. here's what it looked like at the payless shoe source on fairfield avenue in upper darby last night. a truck driver says he mistakenly hit the gas instead of the brakes.
which sent his truck crashing into parked cars. those cars then went through the store window, luckily nobody was hurt. well the eagles are back home after two games on the road, and two losses and today we get to see how the team's new quarterback stacks up against its old quarterback. nbc 10's monique braxton is live at the linc. this is a shot from our exclusive eagles nest cam. but monique is outside the linc right now. >> hey, ted. we have been watching workers arrive all bundled up for what finally feels like football weather. the now vikings qb will be arriving here soon on wentz-ylvania turf. we've been following the bird's practices all week with hopes of getting a glimpse of their offensive or defensive strategy and no doubt carson wednesday. after two losses a "w" would be
wonderful against the undefeated minnesota vikings. who have a very familiar quarterback. >> obviously it helps just having some knowledge of their personnel. being able to go against them in training camp. but at the same time it's training camp. you know, i think they're still trying to figure out who they were, you know, as a defense, you know, you see a bunch of different things. you don't see a game plan. i'm sure they'll have some new wrinkles. i think just knowing how some of those guys play it could be helpful. >> shortly after the vikings arrived in town their coach reminded them it isn't about wentz and bradford. but this undefeated team and the philadelphia eagles. can't wait to see what kind of welcome the former bird receives when he runs out on the to the gridiron. and you know our fans are hyped and ready. the game kicks off at 1:00. we'll be here to have it for you. live for now outside the linc, monique braxton, nbc 10 news.
>> go birds. our coverage begins at 9:30 this morning. we'll have more on the return of sam bradford plus our exclusive conversation with malcolm jenkins. that's on eagl"eagles gameday kickoff" right after nbc 10 news today at 9:00. 7:37 right now. coming up here on nbc 10 news today at 7:00 a.m., claims of a rigged election. moderator of "meet the press" chuck todd joins us live to talk about how those claims could be impacting voters.
at&t has now reached a record deal to buy media giant time warner. the communications company announced the nearly $85.5 billion agreement yesterday. at&t would acquire hbo, along with numerous other tv channels, including cnn, tnt, and the cw. the deal still has to be approved by federal government regulators. we have new details on friday's massive cyber attack. which blocked access to popular websites like twitter, netflix and amazon. an intelligence official is now calling it a classic case of internet vandalism. that official says no country appears to be behind the attack. technology experts believe the hackers used dvrs, web cameras, and even baby monitors to overload website traffic.
this is sportsdesk, brought to you by xfinity. x-1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv. i'm john clark from csn. the flyers last night got down 2-0 early in the second period to carolina then they fought back. take a look. good comeback. defenseman brandon manning gets the scoring started. second career goal. look at it, it's a beauty. flyers are within one. minutes later, ivan provorov take a look at the point blast deflected home from jake voracek. jake with two goals. last year he didn't get the second goal till the 31st game. shane goss us here. all along. he got this. >> he scores. >> the wrister, goss's first goal this season. flyers beat the hurricanes 6-3. the rookie ivan provorov with
two assists his best game as a flyer. >> felt comfortable from the first shift and i built on that. thought i had a good game, and it helped when the old team we played great today. great team game, and helped a lot, too. >> sixers news center noel is expected to miss three to five weeks after having knee surgery that's scheduled for tomorrow according to the enquirer. former villanova star makes the wizards roster. today, huge game eagles/vikings here is sam bradford and the vikings arriving in philly yesterday afternoon. crazy to think that sam was traded seven weeks ago yesterday. now sam hasn't thrown an interception so far this season. he's not making mistakes. and he has good memories of his time with the birds. >> it was a fun group of guys to be around. you know, i enjoyed it.
it was something different. i never thought that i would live on the east coast. so, you know, i'm grateful for the time that i spent in philadelphia. and the things that i learned while i was there. >> look out for the vikings defensive line. they have 17 sacks. that's the most in the nfl out of any defensive line. it's going to be another really tough challenge for the eagles. rookie right tackle vaitai is making his second nfl start but his coach and his quarterback have his back. >> i feel comfortable with him going again this week. he's, you know, he's the type of kid that's hard on himself. he makes the corrections. he moves on. he'll work his fundamentals and technique this week. >> it's just football. you've been playing it since you were a kid. same thing i kept telling myself in my first start. we thought he settled in nicely. the second half i thought he went out and did some good things. obviously the first half you know, he was just kind of getting some jitters out. he would probably say the same thing. thought he did some really good things in the second half. as an offense as a team we have a lot of confidence in him going
forward. >> you can catch our power hour of football this morning 9:30 a.m. "eagles gameday kickoff" followed by "eagles game plan" and after sunday night football a full recap on eagles game-day final. one another college football score villanova beat albany 24-13. the cats are 6-2. the cubs they are going to the world series. they clinched last night at wrigley field against the dodgers. look at chicago and i'm sure they're still going crazy. this breaks the cubs' 71-year drought from the world series. that's the longest drought ever for any team in the four major pro sports in north america from playing in a championship game or round. they will face the indians who also have a long drought in fact the indians and cubs have the two longest droughts from a world series win in baseball. i'm john clark. enjoy your eagles sunday. and now we're looking at your neighborhood temperatures. if you are getting ready for your eagle sunday, starting out pretty chilly out there in your philadelphia neighborhoods. center city at 46 degrees. graduate hospital 46. out near the airport so close to
the linc we're at 47 degrees right now. and on top of that it's still windy out there this morning which means it feels even cooler. we're at 45 in chestnut hill and fox chase at 48 degrees to kick off the morning temperatures. neighborhoods right now, looking in to parts of the lehigh valley. right now 45 degrees, and allentown at 46 degrees so a lot of 40s on the board here no matter where you go across our region. the feels likes are in the upper 30s. we saw that just about 15 minutes ago. the numbers this morning are chillier than they will be this afternoon when things warm up a little more nicely than what we saw yesterday. reason for that, not dealing with the clouds and rain today, instead we're going to have plenty of sunshine out there. that's why i'm at 61 degrees in the lehigh valley. down to 63. the suburbs westchester at 62 and the same for newtown with mostly sunny conditions. philadelphia, some spots may be able to make it to about the mid 60s. forecasting that official temperature, though, at 63 and
right around that range in new jersey. 62. trenton at 63 degrees. glassboro at 64. you see pretty constant numbers here with a lot of 62s on the map. galway at 64 by this afternoon. in delaware, 65 for dover, wilmington, at 64. mostly sunny conditions through today. on the temperature trend map we were windy yesterday as expected. that temperature only hit a high of 56. the average today is 64. so today we're actually going to be pretty typical here like i said right around 63 for the high temperature in philadelphia. on your monday, still average of 62, still windy to a cold front that will be moving in. tuesday and went yet again a push of cold air drops us right back to those mid 50s for forecast high temperatures. here's your hour by hour forecast. we move throughout today, some scattered clouds are possible up at 1:30 this afternoon for the eagles kickoff. 6:30, though completely clear conditions yet again in the
forecast. we move overnight some clouds push in, spot chances of rain out near allentown, lehigh valley. most of it will be to the north/northeast of us. otherwise just some clouds moving through your monday, and in just a few minutes more closely taking a look at not only the ten day in ten we'll get a look at the eagles game forecast as well. >> krystal, thanks we'll see you then. decision 2016 has 16 days to go and both major candidates in the presidential race are taking decidedly different roads to end the campaign. that tops this morning's edition of nbc's "meet the press." and joining us now live for a preview is moderator of "meet the press," chuck todd. chuck, thanks so much for being with us. >> good morning, ted. >> chuck, donald trump was in gettysburg yesterday. he is still telling his supporters about a rigged election. so is that claim lowering voter morale among republicans? and also, what about the effect on gop candidates down the ballot? >> well, look, i think when you see number one obviously when he made that statement during after the debate, what happened you
had a flurry of republicans down the ballot trying to distance -- using that issue as another way to create distance with themselves and donald trump. and that is create a bit of a wedge in the party. add in the fact that i've talked to plenty of republican strategists who are working with down ballot republicans who are furious about this whole rigged election talking point simply on a tactical front while they you know they think it's a you know to talk about it after the fact every once in awhile that's fine but they think talking about it now demoralizes republicans. and potentially tells people hey your vote doesn't matter. don't bother. and you know, any republican that doesn't show up to vote is one less vote for a republican down the ballot and that's the big concern here is that he's somehow creating even more reasons for republicans to not show up. >> you also will be sitting down exclusively this morning with hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine. the democratic ticket was campaigning here in philadelphia
last night. so what questions do they still have to answer before election day? >> well, look, i think there is a lot that they need to answer for when it comes to what's in these e-mails and the wikileaks. but they need to answer for it in a bigger sense in this respect. there's been no -- you know her biggest problem with voters is honest and trustworthiness. this idea that there isn't a lot of transparency with her. this wikileaks, all these e-mails sort of reinforce this idea of how lack of transparent she's been when it comes to her issue positions, why did she flip on tpp, things like that. she's not offered any pledges, any promises, of how she would conduct herself in office on -- on a transparent front. how much government -- new government reform would she want to put into place. and i think that's a -- a problem for the campaign. they need to come out with some -- something make some pledges on this and follow through on it. because if she doesn't fix this honest and trustworthy number she's going to struggle to
govern. >> just over two weeks to go. chuck todd thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> all right, ted. >> chuck will have an exclusive interview with democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine and trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway. that's "meet the press" coming your way this morning at 10:30, right here on nbc 10. and we're back in a moment. >> i'm jacqueline london for nbc 10 at issue. join me later today when we discuss school districts collecting more money than they spend. stocking it away. some have told us they don't have a problem with school districts holding back that money. but it's the fact that they aren't aware of it. >> not to be crass, they have to pay better attention. >> there are over $4.3 billion sitting in reserve accounts. >> that's not true. >> but while at the same time, many districts are requesting higher taxes. >> that plus the battle between a new jersey winery and the turnpike commission. coming up this morning at 11:30 following "meet the press."
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happening today, runners are about to take part in the atlantic city marathon and half marathon. they'll push off from the starting line in just a couple of minutes from now at 8:00. this is the third oldest marathon in the united states. it attracts thousands of racers from all over the world. got a cool morning lots of sunshine though. i need to get some more green ties. but you have your eagles green on today. >> yes. i threw on the eagles sweater because it's a home game. we haven't had one in awhile so i know there's going to be a lot of people out there.
here's a live look inside the linc here. it's going to be a sunny one. so you see the sun already bearing down right now and we are forecasting the temperatures will be bumping up as we move into your afternoon. so, if you're tailgating earlier this morning, 52 degrees. going to be chilly out there. but by kickoff we're at 60 in the fourth quarter 63 degrees. sunny to mostly sunny. but do prep for those winds about 25 to 35 which means if you're tail gating you need something to hold down the plates and napkins ap 63 today and 62 monday. but we will see spot chances of rain near the lehigh valley monday. then tuesday, wednesday, mid 50s. only for highs. overnight lows into the 30s, even in philadelphia. chances of rain will return thursday evening into your friday. >> maybe a few layers for the tailgating this morning. >> i think that's a good plan, yeah. >> thank you, crystal. thank you so much for being with us. we will be back at 9:00 with more of "nbc 10 news today." the "today" show is coming your way next.
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disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
i will accept if i win. >> that is not the way our democracy works. >> i would advise mr. trump to stop whining. . the iraqis have the momentum. >> cubs have won the pennant. good morning. welcome to "sunday today." i'm willie geist. 16 days until voters choose a new president. by most measures hillary clinton has the lead. we'll dig into the campaign with a guest who says hillary supporters shouldn't be popping the champagne just yet, but the champagne is still flowing in chicago after the cubs advance to their first world series since 1945, with fans there dreaming of the